- widely or generally known; famous or notorious
- thoroughly known
An example of a well-known actor is Brad Pitt or any other famous celebrity who everyone has heard of.
- Widely known; familiar or famous: a well-known performer.
- Fully known: well-known facts.
(comparative more wellknown, superlative most wellknown)
- (nonstandard) Alternative form of well-known.
(comparative better-known or more well-known, superlative best-known or most well-known)
- These highly knowledgeable, and often well-known, individuals host classes on a variety of topics, from new time and budget-saving scrapping techniques to advanced concept dynamics for scrappers looking to turn their passion into profit.
- Well-known for catering to the full-figured market niche, Lane Bryant has even offered such unusual designs as a kimono-sleeved poncho with a gathered waist to bring a bit of tummy tucking style to an otherwise loosely fitted garment.
- For those who compete on a dance team or in a cheerleading squad, there is a wide array of MySpace layouts to choose from, ranging from the iconic pompoms to photographs of well-known squads, such as the Dallas Cowboys' cheerleaders.
- Cups and Saucers (Cobaea) - In favourable localities in the southern and western counties C. scandens, a well-known greenhouse plant, thrives against an outside wall, and will cover a considerable space of trellis-work during summer.
- For the most rugged, longest lasting jean jackets, look for well-known brands such as Levi's (a company that knows denim inside and out) or even DKNY, which carries a boy's denim jacket that's much more affordable than you may think.